24 Hour Electrician Sunshine Coast

ALL Sunshine Coast & Hinterland, Maroochydore, Caloundra, Noosa Region, Montville, Maleny, Beerwah.

Prompt Emergency Electricians on the Sunshine Coast


There are few things more frustrating than an electrical fault, especially when it results in costly downtime for your business. The good news is our crew at Excite Electrics run a 24-hour emergency service for clients throughout the Sunshine Coast, and we can help resolve loss of power and minimise costly downtime – in some cases we can even talk you through the problem on the phone, saving you time and money on a call-out fee. 

You can count on our experienced and reliable electricians to respond rapidly to your call and arrive on time to get your emergency issue fixed fast. We understand how disruptive a sudden loss of power or an electrical emergency can be, so trust the professionals at Excite to find the fault and get you back up and running with minimal downtime – leaving your site clean and safe when we’re done.

Our team work with state-of-the-art diagnostic tools to fix faults and let you know exactly what has occurred. When you call us, we’ll talk you through the best course of action to mitigate risk until we arrive. No job is too complex for us to tackle, and we’ll only be happy with our work when you are.

If an electrical emergency has occurred, give us a buzz on 1300 414 177 and we’ll be there as quickly as we can. Our team travels throughout Maroochydore, Caloundra and surrounding regions.

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Our Electrical Emergency Services

You can count on our Sunshine Coast emergency electricians to:

Plus, much more.

Contact Excite Electrics today to find out more about the emergency services we undertake.

Frequently Asked Questions

If there is an outage affecting your property, make sure you have followed all of the safety procedures for being without power. This includes making sure any candles or other open flames are extinguished, and not using electrical appliances that may have been damaged by the power outage. Once you have confirmed that it is safe to do so, try resetting your circuit breakers. If this does not work, you may need to contact a licensed electrician.

Electrical short circuits can be caused by a variety of things, including faulty wiring, loose connections, and damaged components. When an electrical current is unable to flow through a circuit properly, it can cause an electrical short circuit. This can lead to a number of problems, including fires, power outages, and damage to equipment. Short circuits are one of the most common causes of electrical fires, so it is important to be aware of the potential dangers and take steps to prevent them.